CLARK, NJ - Based on the increase number of COVID-19 cases in the community, the Clark Public Schools will remain in the four-hour full remote learning model through Friday, January 22 according to an announcement from Superintendent Ed Grande.   

In his message to parents, Grande said, "Given the rising number of cases that were seen this past week that just ended, it does not seem feasible for the numbers to change significantly enough when they are released at the end of this week for schools to be able to reopen next week." 

 All in-person activities including sporting programs are canceled during this time. Grande said his decision is based upon data provided by Clark's Health Officer. 

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Grande also reminded the community no classes will be held on Monday, January 18 as Clark Schools are closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

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